A charity album featuring the voices of celebrities and youngsters from a Warminster school has gone on sale this week.

The fundraising version of We All Stand Together, which was recorded at Longleat near Warminster in September, is one of the singles to feature on the Bandaged TOGether album which was released on Monday in aid of Children In Need.

More than 70 children from Horningsham School took part in the event alongside the likes of Lee Mead, who won the role of Joseph in the West End musical after competing in the BBC’s Any Dream Will Do talent show.

Headteacher Carole Andrews said: “It was just a wonderful experience for the children and a really nice way for them to contribute towards Children In Need.

“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for them really. They were the only primary school there and it was a real privilege for them to be involved.

“For some of them they will never have the opportunity to be on a CD. It is something they will always remember.”

Also involved in the one-off recording on September 17 was classical singer Hayley Westenra, Irish soloist Red Hurley, and Terry Wogan’s Old Geezers and Gals (TOGS) choir.

Bandaged Together is available from Tesco for £8.97. It can also be bought via www.bandaged.org.uk.

To help raise money for the Children In Need campaign, Kingdown School in Woodcock Road will be holding a non-uniform day.

l Children at Matravers School, in Springfield Road, Westbury, will be paying donations of £1 or £2 to wear their own clothes for the day, while some pupils at Westbury Junior School are holding raffles in school, which they have organised themselves, to raise cash for the appeal.

At Westbury Infants School, cook Jan Rush will be getting busy in the kitchen to create Pudsey Bear biscuits, which will then be sold to children.